A surge of effervescent energy arrives with Norwich’s based Pretty Terry’s new EP ‘The Golden Age of TV’.
Having etched their presence on their local scene with spellbinding, funk driven, danceable live shows, including sold-out performances, the dynamic six-piece sensation has already earned the nod of recognition from BBC Introducing and built a feverish fanbase.
The forthcoming EP showcases Pretty Terry’s deft mastery in weaving their dynamism-infused, funk-laden rhythms with soul-stirring songwriting and melodic compositions. Their music dances along the edge of sonic exuberance while delving deep into an emotional reservoir, perfectly balancing heartfelt songwriting with musical energy.
Front and centre of the EP, the lead single ‘Shock Therapy’ captures this fusion of styles in its purest form. A yearning and impassioned lead vocal take center stage, harmonizing effortlessly with the jangly, fuzz-laden guitar tones. Grooving piano lines intertwine with driving rhythms, while velvety soulful backing vocals punctuate the soundscape.
The track aptly mirrors the electric dynamism that Pretty Terry is known for on stage, encapsulating a vibrant energy that radiates from their live presence. A harmonious blend of melodic richness and poignant sentiment, the song serves as a testament to the band’s adeptness in crafting entrancing indie-rock soundscapes with a distinct funk infusion.
Speaking about the track the band explain: “This song delves into the disconnect between what we pursue and what truly benefits us. It delves into the skepticism we harbor towards conventional methods of handling emotions like love, loss, and anger.”
Listen to Pretty Terry’s new EP ‘The Golden Age of TV’ below: